The Ultimate Cat Treat Cookbook: Homemade Goodies for Finicky Felines

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 18, 2006 - Pets - 106 pages
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A fun design and tasty treats give this gift book the irresistible Wow! Meow! factor

Seventy-eight million cats make themselves at home in the U.S. Following on the paws of the highly successful The Ultimate Dog Treat Cookbook (0-7645-9773-6), this book contains 50 delicious recipes that have earned a seal of approval from cats and veterinarians. Recipes feature easy-to-find ingredients and easy-to-follow instructions. Colorful illustrations add a fun feel, while sidebars offer tips on nutrition and cooking techniques. The Ultimate Cat Treat Cookbook is an ideal gift for any kitty lover.

Liz Palika (Oceanside, CA) is an award-winning author of more than 40 books. She has won awards from the Cat Writers' Association and the Dog Writers Association of America. Palika's work has been published in a variety of magazines, including Newsweek, the Saturday Evening Post, Dog World, Dog Fancy, and the AKC Gazette.
  

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A great book with easy recipes. My cat isn't picky but enjoys different foods. A good buy. ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter 1 Cookies by the Spoonful
6
Chapter 2 CookieCutter Treats
30
Chapter 3 Special Goodies for Special Occasions
48
Chapter 4 Spectacular Cats Deserve Tasty Treats
68
Chapter 5 Scrumptious Snacks for SpecialNeeds Kitties
82
Index
104
Free Feline chef accessories
107
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Liz Palika (Oceanside, CA) is an award-winning author with more than 40 books to her credit. Her book The Consumer’s Guide to Cat Food won an award from the Cat Writers’ Association. Save That Dog! won a Maxwell Award from the Dog Writers Association and the ASPCA Pet Overpopulation Answers Award. Palika’s work also has been published in a variety of magazines, including Newsweek, The Saturday Evening Post, Dog World, Dog Fancy, and The AKC Gazette. She has written extensively on pet nutrition, both in her own books and in magazine articles. “Hyper-Canines,” about the relationship between high-carbohydrate foods and hyperactive dogs, was published in Dog World and received a strong positive response from both dog owners and veterinarians.

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